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Apply Some Magnetism To Your Skin Care Routine With SK-II

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The Japanese have long been pioneers of technology and efficiency, and they develop their acclaimed skincare products with the same attention to detail. SK-II has utilised a method of applying cream that is three times more effective than using your fingers and it relies on the power of magnetics. The new Magnetic Booster gently pulsates at a rate of 7000 magnetic vibrations per minute, allowing products to permeate the skin more readily. The technology behind the magnetic booster was scientifically designed and developed in Perth by Australian company OBJ.

An addition to the Radical New Age Power (R.N.A.) range by SK-II, the travel exclusive applicator will be available from the 1 July, only from The Shilla Duty Free at Singapore Changi Airport. You will have to purchase a set with either R.N.A. Cream or R.N.A. Essence to obtain this magnetic wand, but that shouldn’t be any hardship. Both products make skin feel smoother, firmer and look more radiant.

Later in the year, the sets will also be available from SK-II counters across Singapore.

The media reps, top beauty influencers and favourite customers of Changi who will attend a special launch on 7 July are in for a treat. The SK-II Pitera Lounge at The Shilla Duty Free will host beauty expert Wu Miao’s masterclass in using the Magnetic Booster and perfecting an inflight beauty routine.

Zoë Pincombe
written by: Zoë Pincombe
Just out of university, Zoë comes from South West England. Enthusiastic about all things food and wine related, she enjoys travelling and experiencing new cultures.
  • Paul

    Hi Zoe, nice article however you have some inaccuracy and credited the wrong creator of the magnetic booster. The technology behind the magnetic booster was actually scientifically designed and developed in Australia by Australian Stock listed company OBJ.